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Old 01-01-2009, 01:31 PM
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Hallo,

i have a very good mouse logitech MX Revolution that i like very much so that I have bought another equal.

I have bought the second because, since some weeks, the first makes sometimes the double click with the left button instead of the single click.

The problem now is that I have to change the usb receiver too (it seems they are not compatible each other) but doing this all the Logitech SetPoint setting will reset.

I was arguing if there is a way to export the SetPoint settings and import again with the new mouse; it would be a useful backup for the future in case of Pc or mouse changing or variuos problems.

I could write them on a paper and insert again but it's long and unconfortable because there are a lot of button with a lot of function.

Is anyone of you able to import-export the setting?

Thank you


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Old 01-01-2009, 06:16 PM
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Default Re: Mouse problem
Logitech SetPoint software does not support FreeBSD, so you have no worries - use Xorg. The devices should also *hopefully* be tuned in via a pre-arranged frequency instead of locked to a specific receivers reply over said freq.


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ok, i go to see.

thanks the same and sorry

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